Conducting research on diseases including hyperlipidemia, infections, arthritis, osteoprosis, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, lung disorders, and health issues unique to rural areas.
Program to provide infrastructure for patient-oriented research at the Brigham and Women's Hospital of Harvard Medical School.
Examining the molecular mechanisms and pathogenesis of cancer using traditional approaches, such as transgenic mice, to model human cancers as well as new technology, such as DNA Chip microarrays, to identify and characterize key proteins involved in the process of tumor initiation and progression.
Independent nonprofit institute, dedicated to hepatitis B research. Provides information on educational programs, professional seminars, and links to a research archive.